Fountain Presbyterian Church
5851 E. Lang Street (old address: 310 E. Lang St.)
Mailing address: P.O. Box 456
Fountain, NC 27829
For a special blessing, Watch Roland Suggs perform “The Tide of Life” at Fountain Presbyterian Church on July 17, 2016.
What’s Happening at Fountain Presbyterian Church
Our worship service is now being delivered by Zoom–details below on how to connect.
See Pitt County’s COVID-19 webpage for more local information on our current health crisis.
DIBETES PREVENTION – class continues remotely.
PreventT2 comes to Fountain
Help reduce your risk for type 2 diabetes in this series of classes, meeting every Wednesday at 1 pm in the church fellowship hall. Call Caroline Collier for more information at 252.744.2579.
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m.
Worship Service at 11:00 a.m.
Our food drive is on hold.
Sunday, July 19, 2020
Rev. Rose will lead our Zoom worship service, at which Monica Rudawski will give her testimony and explain some of the work she has been doing in Nicaragua. She had been in the U.S. for a complicated hip surgery at Duke when the pandemic hit. We are excited to finally get to “meet” her and hear her story.
Join us Sunday at 11 a.m. by logging on and then using this meeting ID: 552 612 2462. Password: FCF20
Saturday, August 1, 2020
Garden workday, 7:30 a.m.
Offerings to Fountain Presbyterian Church may be made by mailing a check to Fountain Presbyterian Church, PO Box 456, Fountain NC 27829, or via internet at this link. Please note that you’ll have to register for an account, which is a simple process with instructions available once you get to the “donation” page.
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Meet our Pastor
Rev. Jane Rose, Minister
252.758.7299 — 252.917.4054
Rev. Jane Caldwell Rose was installed as Fountain Presbyterian’s 18th minister on September 28, 2014. We’re glad to have Rev. Rose in Fountain and hope you’ll join us for worship, too.
A Mississippi native who grew up in New Orleans, Rev. Rose is a graduate of the Columbia Theological Seminary in Atlanta, GA. She was for five years the Associate Pastor at Peace Presbyterian in Greenville. She and her husband, Jack, are long time-residents of Greenville, where they raised their four children, and they now have two beautiful grandchildren who live in Minnesota.
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